Transcript: Guevara later met Fidel Castro who was exile from Cuba Fidel wanted to overthrow the dictator, Fulgencio Batista Guevara after his experiences wrote "It wasn't hard to talk me into joining any revolution against a tyrant" On November 25, they left to Cuba On January 1, 1959 the revolutionaries marched into Havana in victory Decisions on agrarian reforms, consolidated his alliance with the communist Popular Social Part, formulated plans for the new armed forces and drafted his most famous book, Guerrilla Warfare Assumed role of minister of industry within the National Institute of Agrarian Reform Control of National Bank He had dispatched a reconnaissance party to Argentina in 1963 In 1966 he went to Bolivia Desire to fight for socialism abroad and to export the revolution to other Latin American countries Captured in Bolivia by military On October 9, 1967 was shot and killed Born on May 14, 1928 in Rosario, Argentina Suffered from asthma Studied medicine Joined with travelers en route to Guatemala to witness the attempts of Jacobo Arbenz Guzmán to challenge the might of the United States and the United Fruit Company by instituting land reform His interest for political events either in Argentina or in Latin America grew He enjoyed the threat of confrontation, which explains Guevara's revolutionary spirit. It gave him a "magical sense of invulnerability." Early Life He served as an inspirational to young revolutionaries Most recognize person for guerrilla warfare and revolution in 20th century Spread Revolution Speeches Rebuilding Cuba Che Guevara Hector Alvarez "The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall" "I dont care if I fall as long as someone else picks up my gun and keeps on shooting." "Whenever death may surprise us, let it be welcome if our battle cry has reached even one receptive ear and another hand reaches out to take up our arms." Cuban Revolution Accomplishments
Transcript: Che Guevara - Revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara was the most famous revolutionary fighter of the 20th century. he was born in Rosario, Argentina in1928 and died in 1967. he recieved a medical degree from the University of Buenos Aires in 1953. he was a close associate of Fidel Castro and he also played a major role in the fight for cuba. the fight for cuba They all joined together to make a revolution. During that revolution, they fought, made speeches, made posters, and also made flags with pictures on them. That revolution was controlled by Che guevara and Fidel Castro. Che Guevara Che Guevara traveled throughout Latin America. His experiences and observation during his travels led him to conclude that Latin America ingrained economic ineqaulities. That caused his involvement in Guatemala's social reforms under president Jacobo Arbenz. later,he met Raul and Fidel Castro, in Mexico. They joined all together and made their 26th of July Movement. Finally they sailed to Cuba with the intention of overthrowing Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista. Che Guevara dead On October 9th, 1967, Ernesto Che Guevara was put to death by Bolivian soldiers, trained, equipped and guided by U.S. Green Beret and CIA operatives. His execution remains a historic and controversial event.
Transcript: The guerrilla army came into power -Nelson Mandela 1959 He restored Cuban economy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Che_Guevara United Party of the Cuban Socialist Revolution 1951 I don't care if I fall as long as someone else picks up my gun and keeps on shooting. 1967 How did he change people's life? June 14th 1928- October 9th 1967 (Executed) Che Guevara 1955 He led a rebellion against Batista Che met with Fidel Castro who told him his plans to invade Cuba. Che Guevara was born On 9th October, Che Guevara was executed. Fought and won Cuban revolution with Castro "an inspiration for every human being who loves freedom" 1928 Che's Timeline Che traveled around the Argentinian provenances on a motorcycle. http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/c/che_guevara.html "I Don't Care if I fall as long as someone else picks up my gun and keeps on shooting" 1948 Bibliography Che lived in the leper colony of Huambo and helped the lepers there. This was the start of his work. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080824203830AAjScJl He fought for minorities rights and social equality
Transcript: Che Che Guevara was an Argentine Marxist Revolutionary, who was a large contributor to the Cuban Revolution. Before his militious days, Che was a great academic, and intellectual. He studied philosophy, mathematics, engineering, political science, sociology, history, and archaeology, all at the University of Buenos Aires. Ernesto "Che" Guevara was born on June 14th, 1928 in Rosario Argentina. Ernesto was born to Celia de la Serna and Ernesto Guevara Sr. In his early adult life, Che played several sports at the University of Buenos Aires, mainly Rugby. Between 1948 and 1951, Che took several "trips" across South America with a close friend, Alberto Granado. While on his travels, Che was exposed to "close contact with poverty, hunger and disease" along with the "inability to treat a child because of lack of money" and "stupefaction provoked by the continual hunger and punishment" that leads a father to "accept the loss of a son as an unimportant accident." It was these experiences which Guevara cites as convincing him that in order to "help these people", he needed to leave the realm of medicine, and consider the political arena of armed struggle. After his travels, Che "set up headquaters" in Guatemala, and made contact with a group of other Cuban revolutionaries connected to the famous Fidel Castro, to help get rid of the "Capitalist Octopuses" The first step in Che's plan was to board Castro and his men, along with himself onto an old, leaky cruiseliner, the Granma, and set sail for Cuba. They arrived on November 25th, 1956. Shortly after their arrival, the battle began, and they were attacked by the dictator Fulgencio Batista's military force. For the next two years, Guevara and Castro fought the many bloody battles that together became the Cuban Revolution. Then, on January 1st, 1959, (New Years Day) the dictator Fulgencio Batista heard news of all of the victories for the revolutionaries, panicked, and fled the country to the Dominican Republic, which became the victory for Che, Fidel, and all of their men. Between 1960, and 1965, Che traveled the world, gaining diplomacy with other countries, mainly publicly Communist countries, like Mao-era China. After his "diplomacy tour", Che went to Africa to offer help with training the troops of the Congo in the art of Guerrilla Warfare. In 1967, while serving in Bolivia, Che was captured by Bolivian troops advised by ex-Cuban-turned CIA, Félix Rodríguez. On October 9th, the president of Bolivia ordered that Che would be executed. When his extremely drunk executioner entered the small mud hut he was being held in, Che told his executioner, "I know you've come to kill me. Shoot, coward! You are only going to kill a man!" Che was shot 9 times, it was the ninth shot (one to the throat) that killed him. Che's remains were never given to the Cubans, or anyone else, and a memorial was built for him shortly after his execution. Here is a speech given by Che against Imperialism. (If there's time) Che's Memorial Che
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Transcript: Early Life Born to Celia de la Serna y Llosa and Ernesto Guevara Lynch on June 24, 1928 in Rosario Argentina.He was the oldest of five siblings, having two brother and two sisters. His parents really liked to care for the poor and theirhouse would sometimes be a reserve hospital for injured soldiers. Che was from a very educated family. He went to University of Buenos Aires to study medicine although his favorie subject was mathmatics. After finishing school he went on to become a doctor but later gave it up to be a military leader. He was married twice first to Hilda Gadea from 1955-1959 and had one child, then again from 1959-1967 to Aleida March and had 3 children with her. Motorcycle journey With only a bike and a small motor Che built a motorcycle/moped. While still in medical school he embarked on tour of mainly south america and Latin america where he would study different medicines, lifestyles and people. During his quest he saw how poor life was out side of argentina and would later change the way he viewed himself and his economic status. Whle on this journey he encountered an old friend by the name of Ñico López who introduced him to his friend Raúl Castro. The next day Raul introduced him to his brother Fidel castro who formed the 26th of July movement. After a long conversation with Fidel, Che decided to join up with the movement to help overthrow (Fulgencio Batista) at the time cuba's leader. After all of this war and fighting Che still held to his values of helping the poor get better medicine and a new leader. So while in Japan he participated in negotiations aimed at expanding Cuba's trade relations with that nation. He aslo said "in order to fight better for peace, one must look at Hiroshima." Due to the ecessive amount of killings and prisoners che was now an enemy of once was his home. His felloe revolutionist had turned thier back on him. Not only that, but It is said that he had written planned terrorist attacks against New York City that where set for the weekend after thanksgiving. Once word got out it was only a matter of time before the us C.I.A got involved. They went deep into south america to help capture and possibly kill him. On October 7, 1967, an informant apprised the Bolivian Special Forces of the location of Guevara's guerrilla encampment in the Yuro ravine. Once captured a drunk sergent by the name of Mario Terán requested to shoot Che. After a little smack talk from Che Teran hesitated under pressure and fired hitting Guevara in the legs and arms. Terán then fired several times again, wounding him fatally in the chest . Che Guevara speech at UN 1964 A. Che Guevara was a major influence on Latin America and some parts of Africa, through his war tactics and morals. After the joining of forces, travelling by foot Guevara embarked on a difficult 7 week march only travelling at night to avoid ambush, and often not eating for several days for the final push towards Havana.In a matter of days he executed a series of "incredible tactical victories" that gave him control of all but the province’s capital city of Santa Clara. Guevara then directed his "suicide squad" in the attack on Santa Clara, that became the final military victory of the revolution. By: James Reid 3/1/12 End of the road....
Transcript: Growing Up/Childhood He played as a "fly half" for the University of Buenos Aires Rugby team. Challenges He was wounded and taken prisoner. By U.S. trained Bolivian counter-insurgency troops on October 8th 1967. And killed the day after his capture. He was living in poverty and he had no money. Achievements Led the Cuban revolution Was the Ambassador of Cuba for 4 Years Influences He travelled through Latin America and was influenced by the poverty and economic inequalities he saw. He went on a motorcycle trip with a friend to experience world without privilege on January 4th 1952. This caused him to become active in politics as he saw poverty as a result of poor government leadership. In July 1955 he met Fidel Castro and enlisted in the guerilla expedition Castro was organizing. It was then that he got the nickname 'Che' (which was a common Argentinian form of address). What He is Remembered For Che Guevara was a Political and historical figure. He was joined by the President of Cuba in the revolution. He did not agree with capitalism. He wanted the People to be driven by their morals and not by money. He was a Marxist Humanist (also known as a Communist). Che was forced to leave Guatemala because he would've died if he were to stay. Because he was planning on over throwing the dictator Fulgenico Batista. Ironically, his face is immortalized on the fronts of t-shirts for his social conscience. A look at his life Was born on June 14, 1928 in Rosario, Argentina. He was the eldest of four children. He was born into a healthy family and named Ernesto Guevara de la Serna. Fidel Castro wrote his memoir He died at the young age of 39. He was executed by the CIA in Bolivia. Fidel Castro Che Guevara Che was introduced to a wide spectrum of political perspectives at a young age by his parents. He attended the University of Buenos Aires and earned a medical degree in June 1953. Che Guevara Got his face on the 3 peso bill
Transcript: Che Guevara Student, Doctor, Revolutionary Born into Argentinan aristocracy Studied philosphy and history from a young age Provided foundation for marxist views How did he become a revolutionary?!? Grandmother's death + mother's cancer battle = Decision to enrol into Medicine 1951 - Travelled South America on motorcycle with Alberto Granado "great poverty, hunger and disease," - Che Guevara Expriences in South America led him to leave medicine and launch himself into his role as a revolutionary Che - Castro Friendship 1955, Che met Fidel Castro in Mexico Castro = leader of small rebel force "Fidel’s passion for Cuba and Guevara’s revolutionary ideas ignited each other like wild fire.” - Historian Jorge Castenada Che's theoretical mind and Castro unwaveringly dedicated attitude to revolution = SUCCESSFUL LEADERSHIP “To a large extent, their successes were owed precisely to their different attributes.” - Richard L. Harris What happened afterwards?!? Che dedicated himself to Fidel's cause and joined the rebel army Guerilla Leader and Communist Rebel Began training in Sierra Maestra Physician to 82 + men Developed his theories on Guerilla warfare “The Rebel army was the vanguard of the Cuban people," - Che Guevara Che was promoted to "Commandante" Che being in such a high position gave him an increasingly vital role during the Revolution Che in Santa Clara He played an instrumental role in the final battle Led a contingent of men who captured a frieght train filled with weaponry and men “It would witness the greatest battle of the war, surrounding the death knell of Batista’s dictatorship and consecrating Che Guevara as a revolutionary hero and military strategist.” - Jorge Castenada " Castro's Brain," - TIME magazine Death and Che “ Che guevara’s death gave meaning to his life,” - Jorge Castenada His death immortalised him as a symbol for that particular period in history Executed in Vallegrande Bolivia CIA order Felix Rodriguez to photograph the immortalising image seen around the world today “Premature death negating life’s promise.” - Jorge Castenada Legacy Ionic legacy outlives Che “Che also lives on in the media,” - Jorge Castenada His ideologies continue to challenge modern issues, forcing the world to re-evaluate ideals of equality and liberation. the values of Che Guevara are still relevant, together with those of his generation. - Jorge Castenada & The Cuban Revolution "Che would prove himself a brilliant tactician and fearless fighter –his eventually published volumes on guerrilla warfare became widely acknowledged," - David Sandison Undeniably, Che has played an invaluable role in leading to the success of the revolution, in both military participation as well as active leadership
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